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Television and Video

Television and video are technologies used to broadcast visual images of moving or stationary objects. Images can be multicolored or monochromatic, and are usually accompanied by sound. Television and video are also considered telecast.

Asked in Television and Video, Inventions, History of Scotland

Who was the inventor of color television?

People wrongly suggest that Germans or Americans invented Color Television, since they gave the first color advertised broadcast, but it was indeed the work of John Logie Baird. He was a Scottish engineer and inventor of the world's first working television system in Hastings, England in 1923. He gave a public demonstration of the "Televisor" in 1925. In 1928, he showed off the color Televisor, using red green and blue light to generate a full color picture. This was the first example of color...
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Asked in Television and Video, Cable Television, Digital Television

How do you get a TV manual for your sterling TV?

Sterling Tv's are the exactly same as Technika and they are dotted about all over the web. hope this helps someone out :) ...
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Asked in Technology, Television and Video, Society and Civilization, History, Politics & Society

Is media spoiling your young generation or not?

"Media" is a term that covers a vast array of information storage and delivery. It includes newspapers, magazines, books, radio, television, computer based storage and retrieval. Do newspapers spoil our young generation? Probably not. And on line news services are also not considered to be harmful to young people. No doubt, content is available that delivers poor moral messages to people, young and old. Content on social media sites is often of such a poor quality that it is barely understandable and of...
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Asked in Television and Video, Internet, Criminal Law

What is the video '3 Guys 1 Hammer'?

"3 Guys 1 Hammer" Also known as the Dnepropetrovsk Killers/Maniacs. This is a real brutal SNUFF (murder) video that has been circulating the Internet about 3 Ukrainian/Russian teenagers who beat a man to death with a hammer, stabbed him, tortured him and pulled out his eyes with a screwdriver. YouTube has pulled it off their site - as have many others websites. It is the most graphic, violent and evil thing to see. You are watching a man being killed and actually...
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Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Television and Video

How does television educate people?

Some television shows and presentations educate people about the news, animals, science, history, and other topics. For example the Science Channel, PBS, ABC News, and other sources can educate people. ...
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Asked in Television and Video, HDTV, Nintendo Wii

How do you set wii up to LED tv?

The Wii operates in standard definition so the cables that are supplied with it should work. Most modern televisions have RCA (or phono) connectors for audio and composite video. The standard Wii connector should connect to one of these sets of connectors. In Europe, televisions may have a scart connector instead of phono sockets. In this case, a scart adaptor may be needed to make the final connection. ...
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Asked in Television and Video, Home Electricity

Does it cost more money to turn off a tv when left a room and then back turn it back on in a few minutes or does it cost less money to just leave it on when left a room for a bit?

There are two factors to consider: 1. How much money will be saved by the savings in electricity when the TV is off? 2. Is the life of the TV reduced by turning it on and off frequently, so you will have to pay to repair or replace the TV sooner? It will usually cost less to turn the TV off if you will be gone more than a short time. see "Is it better to leave an electronic device on or to...
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Asked in Cable Television, Television and Video, Remote Control Devices

How do you set your Philips Universal Remote?

See this link for instructions on how to set a Philips Universal remote, along with valid codes: http://www.universal-remote.net/philipsmagnavox.htm ...
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Asked in Television and Video, Building and Carpentry, Furniture

I want to put an lcd tv outside on a wall next to our spa pool i want to built a waterproof cabinet do i put airvents in there for the TV or will i end up with condensation problems?

You will need airvents so the unit will not overheat. But if you put small computer fans that work with the vents you should avoid most condensation issues. You could also just go out and by a Sunbrite or other outdoor tv. ...
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Asked in Television and Video, Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering

What is Meaning of diode rating?

There are two diode ratings. One is the forward current rating, and the other is the reverse breakdown voltage rating. The forward current rating is the maximum current that the diode can conduct before failing, and the reverse breakdown voltage rating is the maximum reverse voltage that can be applied before failing. Of course, the reverse voltage rating has a different meaning in a zener diode, but this answer applies to ordinary diodes. ...
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Asked in Television and Video, Computer Monitors, HDTV

Who makes LCD LED screens?

sony japan make the first led television in world
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Asked in Television and Video, HDTV

Does Samsung make Fluid TVs?

The Source manager thought so , but it is Toshiba remote codes that mostly worked with mine. ...
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Asked in Television and Video

Can you use a blanket for a green screen?

When using chroma keying, most keyer programs and hardware allow almost any color to be used. A green blanket is probably just fine but it is important that the color is a solid green. Fabrics often have two or more colors and the different colors can cause problems when it comes to setting up the chroma filters. Also, the blanket must be flattened and not have any wrinkles, otherwise, the color hues get messed up. Make sure you have a well-lit DIY...
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Asked in Television and Video, Computer Monitors, HDTV

Why do LCD TV's get hot when they're on?

The LCDs that compose the front panel of the TV don't emit light but affect the amount and colour of transmitted light, so there has to be a light source to shine through them. With most LCD TVs this is a bank of fluorescent tubes behind the screen. Though fluorescent tubes don't generate as much heat as, for example, filament light bulbs, there is always some heat produced, and this is what makes the TV hot. ...
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Asked in Television and Video, Cheating, Algebra

What are the solutions to the negative influences of the media?

The only solution to stopping negative influences of the media is to either be wise enough to believe half of what you hear or ignore the media altogether. It is true that the media dwells mainly on the bad news (bad news travels fast) and little about all the good things people do in this world. It is because a high percentage of the public demand details and are interested in the blood and guts of a story with all the...
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Asked in Cable Television, Television and Video, HDTV

Why do I still get analog tv?

A few LOW POWER stations were allowed to stay analog for a while based on their power and economic condition. ...
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Asked in Satellite Television, Television and Video

Do satellite dishes work in foreign countries?

A satellite dish is a fairly generic piece of equipment so they are likely to operate anywhere. The receiver is rather different. Some receivers are locked to single operators and will need to be receiving signals from that operator to work. Others can receive signals from any operator. Satellite signals are transmitted from a satellite to a specified area. A US based broadcaster will generally aim to deliver signals to US locations only. Moving the dish and receiver to another country may result...
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Asked in Television and Video

Can you use dark green for a green screen?

"Green screen" is the common term for chroma keying. By shooting a subject against a green or blue background, the background can later be cut out of the image and the subject overlaid on a new background. When the technique was first used, it was important to have specific colors in order to remove the color cleanly as the signal was processed. Modern chroma keyers are far more flexible so a precise green color isn't normally needed. However, many fabrics and paints are...
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Asked in Television and Video, HDTV, Computer Buying, Samsung

Where are Samsung TV's manufactured?

Factories approved and licensed by Samsung probably in china
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Asked in Television and Video, HDTV

Can you use a HD cable box with a regular TV?

Yes , you just have to change the settings to 480p definition.
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Asked in Television and Video

How do images form in the television tube?

Here is the short version. Because the word 'tube' is in the question it refers to the picture tube TV rather than LCD, LED, etc. A heated element in the back of the tube sends out a continuous beam of electrons. When the electrons strike a phosphor on the inside of the picture tube, the phosphor glows. The amount of electrons flowing can be controlled to produce lighter and darker areas on the screen. Two electromagnets deflect the electron beam. The first send...
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Asked in Television and Video, Computer Monitors, HDTV

How you can repair led tv display?

Sadly, the days of doing home repairs to a television are well and truly over. Modern televisions use production processes that make them very difficult to repair and their software based operation makes them impossible to diagnose unless you have access to some very specialist and expensive test equipment. The only practical way to get any modern television repaired is to return it to a repair center. ...
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